Curious Land: Jesuit Accommodation and the Origins of Sinology

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ERRATA
p. 14, 1. 3: which referred to
p. 20, 1. 31: which
p. 42, 1. 34: 1770
p. 46, n. 6, 11. 1-2 et passim: Li Ma-t'ou
p. 46, n. 6, 1. 5: Wu
p. 46, n. 6, 1. 7: Lishi yang jiu
p. 103, 11. 30-31: chronology from the reign of Huang-ti (the Yellow Emperor) in 2697 B.C.
p. 107, 1. 1: Chu Yü chien
p. 108, 1. 27: ( Antwerp 1655)
p. 124, 1. 9: 1962
p. 132, table: sole ruler
p. 140, 1. 20: Gratz
p. 144, 11. 23-24: Nimrod -- Genesis 10: 6-8 treats Nimrod as Ham's grandson -- and Nimrod
p. 146, 1. 9: 1664
p. 148, plate 8, 1. 8: Chuan shu shen Nung Wang
p. 150, 11. 11-12: "Sinensis ex Annalium"
p. 161, 11. 8-9: "persons who are offended by science"
p. 161, n. 79, add:
p. 165, 1. 13: Roman emperor
p. 169, 1. 22: Ernst Renan
p. 169, 1. 23: Semetic
p. 175, 1. 30: Scotus Erigina
p. 185, n. 32, 1. 3: Peirese
p. 195, 1. 26: Congregation
p. 204, n. 95, 1. 5, middle, add:
p. 208, 1. 29: Vereingte
p. 219, 1. 9: combinatoriae artis
p. 230, 1. 30: Exodus 20: 14
-- something remarkable that required
with
1700
Li Ma-tou
Wang Su-i (composer) and Tsai Yang- nien (illustrator)
Lishi yan jiu
history from the time of Fu Hsi in 2952 B.C.
Chu Yu-chien
( Munich 1658)
1692
first ruler
Graz
Nesraim, i.e. Mizraim ( Egypt), and Nesraim
1643
Ch'uan shu Shen Nung Wang
"Sinensis Annalium"
"persons who pride themselves on their science" (les personnes qui se piquoient de science)
& Kircher, La Chine illustrée, pp. 177-178.
Byzantine emperor
Ernest Renan
Semitic
Scotus Erigena
Peiresc
Congregatio
(A copy of the letter is also preserved in the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, MS. fr. 17 240, ff. 75-88.)
Vereinigte
combinatoria ars
Exodus 20:4

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